Tag: Human Rights
An investigation shows how FAES, the deadly National Police division, has been violating human rights with impunity in its five years of existence
A lot has been said about how the International Cooperation Law could hinder the work of NGOs, but in reality, it affects all civil society and universities
Karim Khan arrives in Venezuela to decide whether to close or advance the investigation on crimes against humanity. The relatives of some victims and experts share their expectations
Michelle Bachelet presented a summary of the latest report of her office on Venezuela: she highlighted her concern about the criminalization of human rights defenders and union leaders in the country, the need to lift sanctions and how the pandemic has worsened the humanitarian emergency.
Believe or not, there are reasons for both sides to include human rights in the Mexico talks. Tamara Taraciuk makes the case
As Venezuela continues refusing to accept the findings of the FFM, let alone taking meaningful steps to implement their recommendations, the government should be put on the spot with the uncomfortable questions it’s so desperately trying to avoid. Here's what can be done
The NGO collected testimonies of raids and executions by the military in the area where the Venezuelan forces are fighting a FARC rogue group
Oscar José Blanco Romero wasn’t dragged away by the river or the sea. His case is one of the four emblematic forced disappearances of the Vargas tragedy, the first disappearances of the chavista government
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